When “Me Time” Means “Only Me”
Hey, it’s Amy Newmark with a little Chicken Soup for the Soul inspiration and today I’m introducing our latest book, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Making Me Time. This is a collection of stories about making that all important time for yourself, and personal care, and finding the right equilibrium and work/life balance. Me time is different for everyone. For some people it means an hour a day for exercising, for others it means reading or taking a class or meditating. For some people, it means seeing a friend and for others it means seeing nobody. And that’s what we’re going to talk about today—when “me time” really means being alone time. Alone on purpose.
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